and from the back.
Here’s where the tree trunk split.
And here’s the tree service guys removing the tree from the roof.
So today we spent chipping up the branches from this mess. Here’s the before photo of the area of our front yard (from the side of the house) that the second tree fell into.
Here’s the view from the front yard of the corner of the house.
Here’s the view of the same areas as above after we were done.
My father (and probably a lot of others) feel that when an Evergreen tree is dying, it puts out a lot of cones to propagate itself first. This Norway spruce tree had a lot of cones that really weighed it down. Here’s one small branch in the chipper that is just full of cones.
So yesterday in my comments I mentioned that this event provided us with lots of wood chips and firewood for only $1300! Here’s the wood chips (with a lot of needles):
I am trying REALLY hard to focus on the positives here!